As Wealthy Give Smaller Share of Income to Charity, Middle Class Digs Deeper

The Chronicle of Philanthropy analyzed $180 billion in charitable donations, using IRS data from 2012. They found that, while the wealthy gave less, middle- and lower-income Americans gave more of their income, despite earning less overall compared to six years ago.

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Post date: October 6, 2014
Topics: Data & Research | Fundraising | Philanthropy

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